It’s no surprise that as our society evolves and expands its sheng vocabulary. One of the latest additions to the sheng language, Pekejeng, is becoming more common.
But important questions that keep coming up are – What does pekejeng mean in sheng? What is the origin of the word Pekejeng? How can I use the word pekejeng in a sentence?
In this post, I’ll answer the three questions. Read on…
What does pekejeng mean in sheng?
The Sheng word “Pekejeng” has multiple meanings. The word pekejeng could be used to refer to a dance style. It could also be used as a verb meaning “to fuck or to have sex”, and is often used in requests such as “Twende Pekejeng”.
The word pekejeng is related to other words such as manga, dinya, tomba and binja which all mean “sex” or “sexing”. The translation of dinya into Swahili is tomba.
What is the origin of the word Pekejeng?
The origin of the term “Pekejeng” in Sheng is not very clear, but it was brought to the fore by Sailors Gang a group of artists with their song “Pekejeng”. Due to the usage context in the song (loosely translated -, the gengeton singer tells the lady to loosen her waist, her thigh, her pussy/zigo, and her ass) the Kenyan youth started using the word Pekejeng to mean “to fuck or to have sex”.
How to use the word pekejeng in a sentence
The word “pekejeng” is a Sheng slang term meaning “to fuck or to have sex”. It is often used in the phrase “twende pekejeng”, which translates to “let’s go have sex”
. Other Sheng slang words for sex include “kusoma katiba”, “piga miti”, and “Mombasa raha”.
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